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Changing the Language on a Nokia 6230i to Arabic

Updated April 11, 2017

Nokia's 6230i cell phone, released in 2005, is an updated version of the Nokia 6230, which was released in 2004. Depending on the geographical area in which a 6230i handset is purchased and the region in which it is intended for use, the phone's default or "native" language may vary. Handsets manufactured for sale and use in Arabic-speaking areas may already have Arabic language accessible on the phone. Installation of Arabic language is available at a Nokia service point.

Turn on your Nokia 6230i.

Press the "Menu" button. This will take you to the phone's general menu.

Select "Settings" from the menu. You will be taken to the "Settings" sub-menu.

Select "Phone" from the menu. This will take you to the "Phone Settings" sub-menu.

Select "Phone Language." This will take you to a list of available languages on your phone.

Scroll through the languages available to determine whether Arabic is already installed on your phone.

Select "Arabic" to make it the default language for your Nokia 6230i cell phone.

If Arabic is not installed on your phone, go to a Nokia service point and have Arabic language installed. Then select Arabic as the language for your phone by following Steps 1-7 above.

Tip

An installed language pack may be lost during handset maintenance or resetting. If this happens, you may have Arabic reinstalled at a Nokia service point.

Things You'll Need

  • Nokia 6230i
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